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February 24th, 2008 @9:57 pm  

I try to use cards that reward with cash rebates. If you can find a card that has an extremely low interest rate AND offers a cash rebate % you’ve got a winner imo.

Theres no point in using a more expensive card to get the rebate, one cancels the other. Likewise cars that offer free air miles are useless if you don’t buy the cheapest tickets possible to begin with… and most don’t spend the time to find those.

Cash is universal – 2.5% cash back is nothing to sneeze at if you must use cards at all.

February 25th, 2008 @3:53 pm  

what banks offer 2.5% cash back?

Expat Said,
February 26th, 2008 @7:46 am  

I was trying to save money for a long time.But as usual I failed. Thanks for your tips. keep posting.

February 26th, 2008 @9:05 pm  

Nice post, I will try some of these out.

March 5th, 2008 @9:52 pm  

I saved £75 ($150) by using an Amazon credit card for all of my purchases. That way I just got Amazon vouchers, and who doesn’t shop at Amazon?

If you always pay your bill in full, the credit rate isn’t a factor. I’ve never seen any cards with 2.5% cash back, the maximum around is is 1%. The highest rate I’ve seen is 3% and that was ONLY for food purchases…

April 11th, 2008 @2:01 am  

I think theres no point in using a more expensive card to get the rebate, one cancels the other. Likewise cars that offer free air miles are useless if you don’t buy the cheapest tickets possible to begin with… and most don’t spend the time to find

April 22nd, 2008 @3:26 am  

I think theres no point in using a more expensive card to get the rebate, one cancels the other.

October 21st, 2008 @7:09 pm  

I have a AAA credit card that gives me 2% back when I buy gas. The only problem of course is that I have to remember to pay it off right away so i don’t keep a balance!

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